Getting ready to make tops for grandkids, resurrecting what I learned with Bonnie Klein years ago, the only time I'd ever used a glue block. Pulled out a 2" aluminum faceplate (Lee Valley), and set it all up. Lovely! So easy, and re-useable; doesn't waste stock the way a chuck does and is easier to work down close to the headstock. Am totally diggin' it. One thing I'm not sure about is how much I need to resurface after removing old stock, getting ready to CA-glue on the new stock. I've been taking off about 1/16" between pieces of stock I think, have turned 4 things on it. Using standard CA glue, not thin, for this. Anything else I need to know about these accessories?